Toronto Star – September 17, 2016
Derek Mehaffey, a.k.a. Troy Lovegates, a.k.a. OTHER, is an internationally renowned artist who started graffiti writing in Toronto in 1988. He and an old friend known only as Labrona have painted 16 portraits of east-end residents on 16 pillars in Underpass Park over the past weeks.
Inside Toronto – September 10, 2016
Toronto cyclists and musicians came together for a mobile concert powered entirely by the strength of their pedaling.
Inside Toronto – September 9, 2016
A “mobile” music concert is scheduled to take place at points along the Pan Am Path this weekend.
Canadian Cycling Magazine – September 9, 2016
Prior to last year’s Pan Am Games in Toronto, the Pan Am Path – an 80-km “art and recreational trail,” as Friends of the Pan Am Path describe it.
Biking Toronto – September 7, 2016
A pedal-powered music festival is making its way to the Pan Am Path this weekend. To celebrate the 80-kilometre trail network’s one-year anniversary, the Toronto Bicycle Music Festival will be staging a series of mobile concerts along the path on Saturday.
Newz4u – September 7, 2016
In collaboration with Cycle Toronto, Jane’s Walk, and over 20 local partners, the Friends of the Pan Am Path is producing a new series of walks, talks and rides along the citywide Pan Am Path.
Montreal Gazette – September 7, 2016
In collaboration with Cycle Toronto, Jane’s Walk, and over 20 local partners, the Friends of the Pan Am Path is producing a new series of walks, talks and rides along the citywide Pan Am Path to draw Torontonians back to nature.
A pedal-powered music festival is making its way to the Pan Am Path this weekend. To celebrate the 80-kilometre trail network’s one-year anniversary, the Toronto Bicycle Music Festival will be staging a series of mobile concerts along the path on Saturday.
Glossi – August 23, 2016
This spring, Toronto’s first ever international street art festival, A Love Letter to the Great Lakes, took place in Toronto. From June 20 – 25, 2016, a team of dedicated collaborators worked together to explore how public works of art can inspire people to think and act differently about the world’s water resources.
NOW Magazine – August 17, 2016
A series of outdoor artworks dedicated to the 2015 Pan Am Games punctuate some 80 kilometres of multi-use trails from Claireville Reservoir in Brampton to the shore of Lake Ontario south of Rouge Park.
Post City – July 27, 2016
Street art festival A Love Letter to the Great Lakes gathered 20 renowned artists to paint vast murals across some of Toronto’s best-loved neighbourhoods.
Toronto Star – July 16, 2016
A true, untamed wilderness begins abruptly when our built civilization ends at the water’s edge.
Baron – July 15, 2016
The event, called A love letter to the Great Lakes, took the artistic direction of Jason Botkin, co-founder of the Canadian collective En Masse, in partnership with the “creative house” Hermann & Audrey Toronto.
The Huffington Post – July 6, 2016
The best art stays with you. It provokes thought and discussion. It may even be a catalyst for change.
Toronto Star – June 27, 2016
Nine artists painted the pillars below the DVP / Gardiner Ramps at the mouth of the Don River and, the CN Rail Bridge at Don Landing.
InfoSuperior – June 24, 2016
An ambitious, large-scale art installation taking place this week in Toronto, ON, is aiming to beautify urban spaces while drawing attention to the challenges faced by the Great Lakes.
NRU – June 24, 2016
The artists and organizers behind a mural project located near the mouth of the Don River hope the project increases community awareness about the health of the river.
Metro News – June 23 2016
Amid all the hustle and bustle, it can be easy to forget that Toronto is on the shores of one of the biggest fresh water lakes in the world.
Next City – June 20, 2016
Starting Monday, artists will be splashing murals throughout three Toronto neighborhoods to celebrate the Great Lakes and highlight the threats that face them.
Weekly Voice – August 14, 2015
Three University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) students have unveiled an interactive art sculpture that celebrates the diversity and inclusivity of the 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games.
Muskrat Magazine – August 14, 2015
After 14 events across the city featuring hundreds of performers and thousands of spectators, the Pan Am Path Art Relay is coming to an end with a spectacular grand finale.
NOW Magazine – August 13, 2015
The 80-kilometre city-wide relay of art installations celebrating T.O.’s diversity, nature and the arts journeys to the Rouge River on Saturday (August 15) for a day-long grand finale.
Toronto Star – August 7, 2015
Here’s a Toronto challenge: try cycling the city’s entire off-street trail network. Think of it as a Tour de Toronto, but one that might take a lifetime to do, longer if you’re walking.
Yahoo Finance – July 29, 2015
Join the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC), Hart House, and the Pan Am Path Art Relay for a two-day festival and the unveiling of Fairgrounds: Playing with the World, a kinetic art installation celebrating the diversity and inclusivity of the 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games.
Toronto Star – July 27, 2015
No one will be sleeping in the athletes’ village Monday night, but the region hasn’t seen the last of HOV lanes, blue-bibbed TTC ambassadors or the fleet of 1,200 Pan Am-branded Chevrolet vehicles cruising the streets.
Newz4u.net – July 27, 2015
The TORONTO 2015 Pan American Games have officially closed and the City of Toronto would like to thank residents, businesses and the volunteers for warmly welcoming the Games participants, their families and spectators.
Inside Toronto – July 24, 2015
Ballet Creole is set to bring the Pan Am Path in Scarborough to life with the eclectic sights and sounds of the 41 participating Pan Am countries through a vibrant parade performance created to express the unifying spirit of the Games.
Toronto Star – July 17, 2015
There are installations along the new Pan Am Path trail network. There are performances at the Berkeley Street Theatre. There’s the Latin American “Sportmanship Under Surveillance” show at the Sur Gallery.
1LoveTO – July 16, 2015
More than 7000 of the finest athletes from across the Americas and Caribbean are in Toronto for the 2015 Pan Am and Para-pan Am Games and as you probably already know, the city is on fire!
A review of the art exhibition “Sportsmanship Under Surveillance” at the inaugural opening of Sur Gallery.
Vacay.ca – July 14, 2015
If you really want to get a sense of how big the 2015 Pan Am & Parapan Am Games are for Ontario, look no further than Toronto Harbourfront. view articlePan Am arts events share culture with Scarborough.
Toronto Entero – July 15, 2015
(Translation) Now that we are deeply involved in the euphoria of the Pan Am Games , surely we would not have stopped to think what we will be games when they run out on 15 August.
UrbanToronto – July 14, 2015
On Monday, July 13th, UrbanToronto joined representatives from the City of Toronto in celebrating—and officially unveiling—the collection of murals that now grace roadside pillars in Underpass Park.
Daily Xtra – July 10, 2015
“Recognizing the contributions of LGBT people in sports while challenging traditional representations of athleticism,” is what inspired Album, a large- scale mural in the Pan Am Path.
Inside Toronto – July 8, 2015
Combining the power of art and sport, the Pan Am Path aims to create a living path across Toronto running through several communities including the Weston-Mount Dennis neighbourhood.
Metro News Toronto – July 7, 2015
While much of the attention leading up to the Pan Am Games has focused on big projects, like new sporting venues or the revamped Queen’s Quay, the city has also invested a lot in ensuring Toronto is tidy when visitors and athletes arrive.
Anishinabek News – July 6, 2015
Aanmitaagzi’s Dances of Resistance is based out of Big Medicine Studio on Nipissing First Nation. Co-director and choreographer Penny Couchie explains that Urban Vessel invited the dance troupe to take part in Singing River.
Yahoo Finance – July 6, 2015
If you haven’t had the opportunity to experience the Pan Am Path Art Relay this is your chance!
Ming Pao Daily – July 5, 2015
(Translation) The Pan American Games in Toronto to kick off the day drew closer, historical monuments from Toronto to Valley Farm Todmorden Mills section of the Pan American Drive, yesterday launched a Pan American Art Trail Relay “Singing River”.
BlogTO – July 5, 2015
For those who want to experience Toronto’s culture as much as its sport, this is the app for you. It maps out the Pan Am Path and the activities/festivals that are happening along the way.
Rabble.ca – July 3, 2015
Since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) delivered its findings in Ottawa last month, the concept of reconciliation is everywhere in the Canadian media. But what does reconciliation mean for Canadian settlers?
APTN – June 29, 2015
First Story Toronto is a program run by the city’s Native Centre. The organization is now giving tours through the city that highlight Toronto’s rich and diverse Indigenous history.
Correo Candiense – June 28 2015 The first and only gallery dedicated to Latin American art in Toronto will open their doors on Saturday June 27 as part of the Pan Am Path Art Relay with timely and provocative exhibition, named “Sportsmanship Under Surveillance”.
Toronto Star – June 27, 2015 With the opening Saturday of the Sur Gallery, Latin American artists finally have a Toronto space to call home.
BlogTO – June 22, 2015
On June 20, as part of the Pan Am Path Art Relay, Underpass Park was transformed into a living and breathing art studio. Artists, musicians, DJs, and athletes from across Toronto came together to renovate the underground skate park and turn it into a cultural space.
Toronto Savvy – June 22, 2015
The WATERFRONT TRAIL is a vast interconnected network of bike and walking trails along the shores of Lake Ontario. As a lasting legacy, TORONTO’s Pan Am Parapan Am Games have created a connector network – the PAN AM PATH – linking TORONTO, its ravines and Martin Goodman Trail, to communities around the Lake.
The Costa Rica Star – June 22, 2015 Toronto’s first and only gallery dedicated to Latin American Art opens on June 27 as part of the Pan Am Path Art Relay, with a thought-provoking and timely exhibition “Sportsmanship Under Surveillance.”
Ming Pao Daily – June 21, 2015
To welcome the advent of the upcoming Pan American Games, sports art relay yesterday went to a park near the village players Underpass Park, on the spot by the young artists create paintings and graffiti, as well as street performers on stilts scene with the public.
Gay Calgary – June, 2015
Colourful painted stick figures topped with mosaic circles are springing up on a Toronto underpass. On their own, they don’t look like much, but when they’re completed on June 10th, they will become something that is powerful – a true example of the sum being greater than all the parts.
Toronto Fun Places – June 21, 2015
A concrete milestone for the Pan Am Path! I expected that we would see murals gradually pop up in the Underpass Park under the Gardiner but I didn’t count on the Live Art Festival on June 20th, when many pilars got a major make-over all at once!
Globe and Mail – June 19, 2015
The trail that runs along the Humber River in northwest Toronto is busy with strollers, dog walkers and cyclists this bright spring Saturday afternoon. But the scene of sun and fresh air ends abruptly at the bridge carrying Highway 401 over the river.
Inside Toronto – June 19, 2015
Did you know the name Toronto was likely derived from Iroquois word Tkaronto? Phil Cote, a seventh generation Tecumseh and tour guide for the First Story Tours, said many people are unaware of Toronto’s early indigenous settlers and their impact.
Eagle Feather News – June 11, 2015
As part of National History Aboriginal month in Canada, many events are planned in every major city. This year in Toronto, a program called ‘First Story,’ within the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto, created a 84-kilometre tour in Toronto’s Pan Am path that connects the city from east to west.
Windspeaker – June 17, 2015
The international spotlight will be on Toronto this summer as the city hosts both the Pan American Games and Parapan American Games. Prior to these athletic competitions, however, various groups are joining forces to bring Toronto some recognition through the Pan Am Path Art Relay.
Yahoo Finance – June 15, 2015
On Saturday June 20, visit Underpass Park, Corktown for the Live Art Festival and watch as 23 drab, concrete highway pillars are transformed live into monumental works of art.
OUTtv – June 15, 2015
Discover “Album,” a mosaic created to challenge societal views of family and athleticism. Inspired by Article 16 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, “Album” was created by Arts Etobicoke and Red Dress Productions to recognize the contributions of LGBT individuals in sports while challenging traditional representations of athleticism.
Inside Toronto – June 10, 2015
Wear blue, white and green and be part of the human wave on the Pan Am Path. The Pan Am Path comes alive on Sunday, June 14 with a parade at Sir Casimir Gzowski Park, west of 1751 Lake Shore Blvd. W. on Sunday, June 14.
Acts of Greatness. – June 12, 2015
Inspired by Article 16 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, “Album” was created by Arts Etobicoke and Red Dress Productions to recognize the contributions of LGBT individuals in sports while challenging traditional representations of athleticism.
Presencia Latina – June, 2015
The Pan American Games are more than just sports, are a multicultural experience in which urban art and other artistic expressions are also protagonists. This is the Pan Am Path, project in which artists and athletes come together key players in Toronto 2015.
Eye on the storm: For the Pan Am Art Path, Dan Bergeron takes a data-based approach to a natural disaster
National Post – June 3, 2015
Monday morning was a good time to talk to Dan Bergeron about the weather. The Toronto artist had spent Saturday afternoon unveiling a new mural in the city’s Weston neighbourhood, paying homage to the city’s most significant natural disaster, 1954’s Hurricane Hazel.
Pan Am Path celebrates LGBT athletes with Toronto mosaic, “Album” challenging views of athleticism and the traditional family
Yahoo Finance – June 3, 2015
Discover “Album,” a mosaic created to challenge societal views of family and athleticism. The artwork is being unveiled on the heels of an international study titled: “Out in the Fields: The First International Study on Homophobia in Sport.” The study* found that found only 1% of respondents “believe LGB people are completely accepted in sporting culture.”
Acts of Greatness – May 29, 2015
The Born This Way Mural was unveiled on May 23rd at Pine Point Park in Toronto, Canada. The mural took ten days to paint by three members of the Essencia Art Collective of Toronto, Shalak, Bruno, and Fiya, over a period of ten days. The unveiling and the mural wouldn’t exist without with the help of the Centre for Spanish Speaking People and Freedom Fridayz, amongst many other groups, and dozens of permits.
Inside Toronto – May 29, 2015
Incidentally, while we’re talking about the Pan Am Games, there’s a chance to win free tickets at this Saturday at a community festival at Cruickshank Park in Weston-Mount Dennis. ACTIVATE WESTON MOUNT DENNIS will have an important work of public art unveiled, one which will detail the community’s rich cultural history.
Toronto Foundation – May 27, 2015
The more than 80 km Pan Am Path is an iconic opportunity for Toronto. And, the Art Relay is the perfect beginning. Arts and culture have long been catalytic for Toronto – from the renaissance of our cultural institutions spurring philanthropy, local pride and tourism, to the growth of creative incubators as hubs for community development and social innovation.
Metro News Toronto – May 26, 2015
Remember Hurricane Hazel? A new art project done in conjunction with the Pan Am Games is evoking memories of the 60-year-old calamity, which devastated areas around the Humber River.
1LoveTO – May 26, 2015
Byron Gray stands on a stage at Pine Point Park on a Saturday afternoon. The sun is shining down. On stage with him are dignitaries including MPP Laura Albanese. There is a crowd in front of him and they’re all cheering. They’re here to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Freedom Fridayz, a platform Byron started with Kofi Frempong, Felix Cabrera and Andrew Newsome in the Jane and Finch community.
Inside Toronto – May 26, 2015
A mural reminiscent of Hurricane Hazel is set to be unveiled at Weston’s Cruickshank Park as part of a celebration of the Pan Am Path.The unveiling will happen at an event featuring music, dance and food Saturday, May 30, from 1 to 4 p.m. It is the third stop along the 14-part Pan Am Path Art Relay.
Humber News – May 22, 2015
Three-time Olympian and cyclist Curt Harnett led a pack of enthusiastic riders along the Humber River on Saturday May 16, at the inauguration of the Pan Am Pathway. Approximately 50 volunteers and GTA-community members showed up for the 20 km ride, which started at the Humber Arboretum and Centre of for Urban Ecology and travelled to Pine Point Park and back.
Humber News – May 22, 2015
The launch of the Pan Am Path blended art, music and nature with plenty of fun and exercise at the Centre for Urban Ecology in the Humber Arboretum on Saturday May 13.The kickoff began with a community Playing for Keeps bike ride led by three-time Olympian Curt Harnett, and took participants 10 km south along the Humber River to Pine Point Park.
Torontoist – May 21, 2015
In case you haven’t heard, the city’s getting an 84-kilometre multi-use recreational trail thanks to the Games. Which, yeah, yay, cool. But equally excitingly, all summer there will be free weekly arts festivals at various stops along the path, hosted by community arts organizations from each representative area.
Correo Canadiense – May 18, 2015
(Translation) A mural in the Jane and Finch area created by young people – including some of Latin descent, will be part of the legacy of the Toronto 2015 Games. Freedom Fridayz celebrates the achievements of young artists of the city and the unveiling of the mural alongside music, dancing and food on Saturday May 23 as part of the Pan Am Path Art Relay.
Inside Toronto – May 19, 2015
The Humber Arboretum in Toronto is proud to announce that they are the host site for the opening ceremonies of the 2015 Pan Am Path Art Relay. As the starting point of the games, Humber Arboretum will connect all the events around the city of Toronto.
City News – May 16, 2015
The Art Relay, which launched on Saturday, showcases Toronto’s neighbourhoods and arts scene along the Pan Am Path, an 84-kilometre trail connecting the city from east to west. view video
Eastern Canada – Pan American Games for the construction of 84km track today
Fairchild TV – May 16, 2015
(Translation) An event held today celebrated the 84 km Pan Am Path ahead of the Pan American Games in Toronto this year. The Path was created to encourage more people to go outside in the city to enjoy the summer sun.
Snaps Brampton – May 16, 2015
To celebrate the launch of the Pan Am Path Art Relay, many people within the community were invited to spring into the outdoors with eco-art festivities, kid-friendly programs by Arts for Children and Youth, ROM BioBlitz, Dos Mundos, David Suzuki Foundation.
news.gc.ca – May 16, 2015
The Honourable Bal Gosal, Minister of State (Sport), today announced that Friends of the Pan Am Path is receiving funding of $100,000 through the Community Celebrations Fund to plan and carry out the Pan Am Path Art Relay Grand Finale on August 15.
Breakfast Television – May 15, 2015
Bring your bike and cycle with three-time Olympic medalist Curt Harnett on Saturday at the launch of the Pan Am Path Art Relay Launch. Get to know nature by learning about birds, bugs and reptiles with folks from the ROM or take part in outdoor arts and crafts event. Read article here
CTV News – May 15, 2015
The one-day festival celebrating the launch of the Pan Am Path Art Relay will include a wide array of eco-art and kid friendly activities, including a performance from Juno Award Winner Quique Escamilla.
Heritage York Reporter – May 15, 2015
Lambton House is but one site on the 80 km multi-use Pan Am Path intended to connect trails in the Greater Toronto Area as part of the legacy of the 2015 Pan American Games (July 10-26) and 2015 Parapan American Games (August 7–15).
680News – May 15, 2015
Bring your bike and cycle with three-time Olympic medalist Curt Harnett on Saturday at the launch of the Pan Am Path Art Relay Launch. Get to know nature by learning about birds, bugs and reptiles with folks from the ROM or take part in outdoor arts and crafts event.
Spacing Toronto – May 14, 2015
Of all the events happening around the Pan and Parapan Am Games this summer, the Pan Am Path Art Relay could be the most innovative example of what a mega-event can help bring to a city.
Humber Today – May 14, 2015
On Saturday May 16, the Humber Arboretum will host the launch event for the Pan Am Path Art Relay from 1 to 5pm. Called Spring!, the event features a public bike ride (starting at 11am) on the path led by Olympic Gold medalist Curt Harnett.
Cycling Magazine – May 12, 2015
Imagine this: your tires crunching over gravel or hissing on pavement, the city speeding past, and the entire world belonging to just you and your bike. Nearly 80 km of it. That’s the scenario possible as a result of the Pan Am Path, a lasting, living legacy of the Toronto Pan Am/Para Pan Am Games of 2015.
Toronto Star – May 8, 2015
Not everyone needs to be an athlete to take part in the Pan Am Games in Toronto this summer.
A new 84-kilometre continuous trail for walking, running and cycling will connect Torontonians from east to west, and an art relay will celebrate the city’s diverse neighbourhoods through art and sport.
YongeStreet – May 5, 2015
Though the tall, bearded lead curator of Friends of the Pan Am Path has just wrapped a press conference announcing the culmination of his last two years of work, he can’t help but greet his friends in attendance before moving on to media Q&As.
Toronto Star – May 5, 2015
If a band plays in the forest and no gas-guzzling generators are around to power its sound system, does it make a noise?
For a series of trailside concerts organized in tandem with the Pan Am Games, the answer is “yes” — thanks to Tune Your Ride, a paid of bicycle-powered concert producers.
NOW Magazine – May 4, 2015
The Pan Am and Parapan Am Games come to Toronto this summer with more than an onslaught of athletes: they will also be accompanied by an entourage of infrastructure and cultural programming leading up to July’s momentous event.
Inside Toronto – May 1, 2015
It’s 84 kilometres long — stretching from the edge of Brampton to the mouth of the Rouge River — and this spring and summer, the Pan Am Path will wind past rivers, lake and streams showcasing both Toronto’s natural beauty and the creative spirit of the city’s artists.
Ming Pao Daily News – May 1, 2015
(Translation)The Pan American Games are still more than two months, but a number of supporting activities have been ready to go, such as the Pan American diameter (Pan Am Path) Art Relay event will be held on the 16th of this month officially launched.
Games Today Announced Performances
Fairchild TV – May 1, 2015
(Translation) Pan American Games will be held there for two months. “Friends of the Pan American path of” multi-city municipal and non-profit organizations today held a press conference to announce the beginning of the next month for a period of three months, was held at the Pan American path the performances.
dandyhorse magazine – April 15, 2015
With the international attention that the Pan Am Games will generate, a unique window of opportunity will open to showcase the city’s natural assets to an international public.
Porter – April 2015 In the spring and summer the path will be brought to life with a 14-week-long arts relay that will pass by community-driven art projects along the route. The path begins in the northwest corner of Toronto by the Humber Arboretum, the sprawling botanical gardens along the Humber River.
U of T News – April 10, 2015
If the city completes the Pan Am Path it could be a terrific legacy. The Pan Am Path will be a series of connected trails that will create 84km of pathways for active transport, cultural enrichment and community building, from the Claireville Reservoir to Rouge Park.
Etobicoke Guardian – February 25, 2015
In the months leading up to the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games, Lakeshore Arts will host a series of community arts projects. Participants of the intergenerational project will design flags which will be showcased in a parade along the Pan Am Path in June.
Beach Mirror – February 5, 2015
The 84-kilometre trail promises to connect communities literally and figuratively across the Toronto region and may be our best souvenir from the Pan Am/ Parapan Am Games.
With the spotlight on Toronto comes a welcome opportunity to realize the inherent potential of our greenways beyond the current patchwork of often disjointed paths and recreational trails.
Toronto City Councillor Frances Nunziata (Ward 11 York South-Weston) and the Friends of the Pan Am Path cut the ribbon on a newly completed section of the Pan Am Path in Cruickshank Park and officially launched the Path.
Este sábado fue inaugurado en la ciudad de Toronto el Pan Am Path, el cual será un espacio ideal para que vecinos y turistas puedan ejercitarse, conocer más la ciudad y desarrollar arte y música, al tiempo que impulsará el turismo y el comercio.
Local dignitaries held a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Cruickshank Park Saturday, June 21 to officially launch a completed section of the Pan Am Path.
Athletes will come and go from Toronto, but the event offers a great opportunity in city-building that hasn’t gone unnoticed.
Ian Merringer, Globe and Mail – July 13, 2013
The Pan Am Path will be a ribbon that wraps Toronto, leading more or less from the airport to the zoo.
The Toronto region has more than 1,000 km of bike trails. The trouble is they are not connected. There are frustrating gaps, sections that can’t accommodate cyclists and pedestrians, and stretches that end abruptly.
Corey Mintz, Toronto Star – April 10, 2014
So overwhelming is my cynicism about Toronto that I immediately wrote off the Pan Am Path.
Paul Moloney, Toronto Star – October 1, 2013
Artist Devon Ostrom played a key role in convincing city councillors to use billboard taxes to boost long-term funding for the arts by $22.5 million.
Mike Adler, Inside Toronto – September 12, 2013
The idea of a single path stretching across Toronto in time for the 2015 Pan-American Games has drawn a strong positive response from city artists and neighbourhood groups.
In a 37-1 vote, Toronto City Council approved a multi-use cycling and pedestrian path. A group of Toronto artists, entrepreneurs, public officials and urban planners – known as the Friends of the Pan Am Path – dreamed up the idea…
In this episode Edward Keenan speaks to Devon Ostrom about the Pan Am Path and vote at City Council (interview begins at the 49:00min).
Matt Galloway, CBC Radio – July 3, 2013
Pan Am Path’s Devon Ostrom spoke to Matt Galloway this morning to discuss the Path and its benefits.
What if you could ride your bike from Brampton to Scarborough on one continuous path? A community-inspired initiative has proposed the creation of Pan Am Path, an outdoor route winding through Toronto’s corners to connect the city’s suburbs…
On July 3, City Council will consider a proposal for the Pan Am Path connecting seven neighbourhoods, with twelve public art installations and community projects, along its 80km route…
The city’s executive committee has unanimously approved a plan to connect dozens of urban pathways and create a continuous trail from Brampton to Pickering.
The 80-kilometre trail would be known as the Pan Am Trail, with supporters pushing for it to be a legacy from the 2015 Pan Am/Para Pan Am Games.
Toronto’s executive committee is considering a modest proposal to spend about $2 million to connect cycle and walking paths throughout the city — eventually making an unbroken trail…
Hamutal Dotan, Torontoist – June 25, 2013
A group of local residents is proposing one major Pan Am legacy project: a multi-use trail that would link Toronto neighbourhoods, and connect up some currently fragmented trails into a continuous path throughout the city.